TEAM PHOTO: Winslow Minors Orange

The Winslow Minors Orange baseball team, from left to right, Jackson Hernandez, Cedric Carey, Cooper Lindie, Logan Elwell, River Vigue, Maddox Maheu, Elliot Giroux, Xavier Roderick, Charles Holmes, Anthony Sproul, Landen Williams, Griffin Smith, Peter Small. Back, Coaches left to right Ben Carey, Justin Smith, and Tony Giroux. Not pictured, Erik Maheu. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography)

TEAM PHOTO: Winslow Minors Black

Winslow Minors Baseball Black Team: First row, left to right, Lynkin Willette, Sawyer Byrne, Colby Turmelle, Jude Poulin, Fenn Ouellette, and Jaxson Whitman. Second row, Andrew Harrington, Nathan Lecliar, Weston Young, Bronek Siviski, Bradley Schmidt, Nate Merrill, and Xavier Snell. Back, coaches Bruce Harrington, Taylor Byrne, Ryan Siviski, and David Snell. (photo by Mark Huard)

TEAM PHOTO: Waterville Purple Majors

Waterville Purple Majors won over Messo Red Majors, 5-3, at Mini Fenway, in Oakland, on June 17. Front row, left to right, Evan Karter, Cooper McKenna, Landon Hart, Connor Jones, Kyle O’Brien, Avery McKenna, and Harrison Timmons. Second row, Mikeeridan Sheets, Stephen Dyer, Max Poulin, Nic Karagiannes, Maxwell Cornforth, William Owens, Joseph Alix, and Alex Pelotte. Back, Coach Jeremy Jones, Coach CJ McKenna, Coach Chris Hart. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography)

EVENTS: Photo contest and exhibition planned in Washington

In celebration of the natural beauty of Washington, the Washington Lakes and Watershed Association (WLWA) is sponsoring its Fourth Annual Photo Contest and Exhibition.
You are invited to explore and submit photos of the  natural aspect of Washington waters or watershed and taken between July 1, 2023 and July 1, 2024. Entry deadline: July 22.
Photos will be on  the exhibition at the Corner Gallery, 302 Liberty Rd,. Washington, August 4 – 9, and at the WLWA Annual Meeting, August 10, Medomak Family Camp.
Awards for winners and second place in each of four divisions plus a People’s Choice Award for the photo with the greatest number of votes.
For full information re the rules, entry forms, and last years entries, go to

PHOTO: July 4 boat parade on Sheepscot Lake attracts over three dozen entries

(contributed photo)

The Annual July 4th Sheepscot Lake Association boat parade was a great success, with 42 boats and a jet ski participating. The Grand Marshall this year was Eileen Kirby, longtime resident and founding member of the lake association.

TEAM PHOTO: PAL Majors champions

2024 PAL Majors Championship game winners on June 15, at the Fairfield PAL field. Team Pillsbury took home the trophy with a 8-2 win over Clinton. Front, from left to right, Hunter Pooler and Brentley Archer. Middle row, Jacob Wegener, Austin Owens, Jace Elliot, Tucker Graves, and Connor Ballew. Back, Coach KJ, Clay Morse, Coach Owens, Hunter Lockhart, Kayden Lachance, Coach Ballew. Absent from the photo is Jackson Hanson. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

TEAM PHOTO: PAL Minors champions

2024 PAL Minors Championship game winners on June 15, at the Fairfield PAL field. Team Galushas took home the trophy with a 14-10 win over Village Market. Front row, left to right, Jaydon Labrie, Logan Grard, Greyson Martin, Landon Blaisdell, Andrew Michaud, Elliot Littlefield, and Colton Dangler. Back, Dylan Miklos, Mike Kilby, Cohen Harriman, Emmett Wilson, Micah Wiswell, and Austin Harriman. Coach Grard, coach Blaisdell, and Coach Dangler. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

PHOTO: Bobbin’ along

Joan Chaffee, of Clinton, photographed this robin perched in a tree. It seems to be well fed.

PHOTO: Refreshing

Pat Byther photographed this bald eagle by the stream on the China Road, in Winslow.

PHOTO: Winslow Majors Orange team

Winslow Majors Orange baseball team: Front row, left to right, Gabe Loubier, Ayson Marshall , Rusty Vigue, Isaac Pepin, and Vinny Morin. Middle row, Matthew Harrington, Brice Moody, Chase Rancourt, Jace Poulin, Cameron Beaster, Bronsen Nelson, and Boston Blaney. Back, coaches Jordan Vigue, Mike Loubier, Jared Poulin, Mathew Beaster, and Richard Blaney. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography)